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Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale
On this page, we will provide you with a Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale. It will help you in giving up substance abuse.
What is Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale?
It is a tool used in motivational interviewing to motivate the clients of substance abuse. Substance abuse happens when you take drugs that are not legal. People with substance abuse issues often find it hard to give up so easily, they cling onto them and struggle in quitting substance abuse.
How Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale will help?
If you are someone who is struggling hard to give up drugs then this worksheet will help you utilize all of your resources to quit substance abuse. You will keep finding the reasons to get back to your old routine. You lack the motivation to quit substance abuse. This Substance Use Motivation Ruler Worksheet will guide and motivate you to keep going without substance abuse.
Instructions on how to use the Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale
This worksheet will focus on the motivational factors only that will motivate you to quit your substance abuse. On this worksheet, you are supposed to rate out of 10. (with 10 being the highest, ready to quit substance abuse)
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On this page, we provided you with a Motivation Worksheet- Substance Use Motivation Scale, which hopefully helped you in giving up substance abuse.
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You should always seek help from a mental health professional or medical professional. We are not providing any advice or recommendations here.
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